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Boutiques in Belgrade

Belgrade, nestled in the heart of the Balkans, is the largest and most cosmopolitan city in Serbia, with a steadily-growing fashion scene. Like many other European capitals, shopping opportunities in Belgrade are aplenty. Given that Serbian fashion is characterised a being traditional with a modern twist, you’ll certainly find something eccentric while shopping at one of Belgrade’s many up-and-coming boutiques.

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If you’re looking to add a pop of colour to your wardrobe, shop at Ivković. Ivković specialises in contemporary yet timeless women’s clothing, as it is the exclusive boutique for the IVKO Woman brand. IVKO Woman prides itself in its state of the art knitting technology, use of the finest natural fabrics and fibers. Its signature is colourful knitwear inspired by Serbian folk motifs.

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Opančareva Kći

Opančareva Kći is a clothing and accessory store independently owned by young Serbian designer Marina Aleksić, whose goal is to bring younger generations closer to tradition by combining folk costumes with modern styles. At this boutique you’ll find a wide range of handmade coats, skirts, and dresses—all one of a kind pieces. For a memory of Belgrade, purchase a Yelek (traditional vest).

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L’Atelier Belgrade

L’Atelier Belgrade is a multi-brand concept store located at Kralja Petra in the heart of Belgrade. First opened in 2012, L’Atelier Belgrade, sells a refined selection of luxury brand shoes, clothing, handbags, and accessories, all suited to a polished, trend-conscious taste. For season essentials or outfits for special occasions, this boutique is your shopping destination.

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Čumić District

Anyone who appreciates fashion won’t be able to leave the Čumić District empty handed. The Čumić District is Belgrade’s historical shopping complex, and is now home to more than 30 boutiques. Filled with designers, jewellers, and local artists, this area is one of the best spots in the city to shop for gifts or for yourself, especially as it is right in the middle of the city, walking distance from Terazije Square.

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Last modified on 20 March 2018
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